Zero-dispersion non-linear resonance

Soskin, S. M. and Luchinsky, D. G. (1995) Zero-dispersion non-linear resonance. Il Nuovo Cimento D, 17 (7-8). pp. 915-924. ISSN 0392-6737

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A new type of non-linear resonance is reported. It possesses an unusual counterintuitive feature, namely that: strong non-linear response to a weak periodic force can be obtained in the absence of exact resonance between frequency of the force and any eigenfrequency of the system. It is shown that the topology of phase trajectories differs substantially from the case of conventional non-linear resonance. The frequency of a driving force at which the transition between the conventional non-linear resonance and the zero-dispersion one takes place is found. Possible applications are discussed.

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Il Nuovo Cimento D
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?? chaosclassical mechanics of discrete systems: general mathematical aspectsconference proceedingsfluctuation phenomena, random processes and brownian motiongeneral physics and astronomyphysics and astronomy(all) ??
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